yeah, the indecisiveness and lack of direction is what keeps this show in the field of mediocrity with what seems to be few true fans. I can't help but get the impression this show isn't very popular, but also not unpopular. It's like they're playing it as safe as they can by trying to cater to every demographic possible, even though that means alienating some of them. I'm not sure if they'd really be willing to take the risk of commitment.
like you were saying, they have that conflicting battle system, in which unimportant characters turn into cute fluffy anime ball things when they get hurt, but main characters get hurt and messed up, then their cloths fall apart. people into action/combat anime might not like cute/moe stuff or want to see the nudity. people into the cute side of things might not want to see people getting hurt, or the nudity, and people into the nudity might not give a crap about the moe or action.
Post edited on 29th Sep 2012, 4:22pm